Presented by Dr. Stephanie Soalt and Antoinette Meinel
What does it mean to be healthy? Is it a number on the scale, blood pressure score, a body free of disease, or something else? What does it feel like to be healthy? What does it look like?
There are many different health trends and claims about how a technique or product can cure everything from heartburn to cancer. Where do you turn to? How do you know what’s best for you? You want to know what will get you results, not just be given promises.
In this presentation you will learn about the importance of healthy diet and lifestyle choices and walk away with tips and ideas that can you can use right now to improve your health.
Dr. Stephanie Soalt is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor and a creative arts therapist. She practices general medicine working with children, adults, and families to achieve and maintain optimal health. Dr. Soalt specializes in working with children and adolescents with autism, ADHD, anxiety, and behavioral, emotional, and social difficulties. Her integrative approach allows her to address the physiological dysfunction and nutritional needs of the individual and develop appropriate strategies to address social, behavioral, emotional, and cognitive issues.
Antoinette Meinel Personal Trainer & Group EX Instructor at the LWT-YMCA. Personal Trainer and Wellness Coach. She is dedicated to helping her customers overcome barriers and get back on a path to living the lives they are meant to live.
Join us for this lunchtime presentation with Ryan Ventura, the Director of Community Outreach at First Light Home Care, has served as a professional life coach for over 13 years. Today his experience of helping retirees allows him to say with confidence that life is not about the younger needing the older; rather it is about how both need each other. As we age we should be enthusiastic about finding a new sense of purpose and adventure. And for many, it starts with their own family members. This is our passion we love to share.
In addition to having a light lunch and connecting in community, the goal of the Legacy Seminar is to help YOU know that YOUR most important job is just beginning. We want to empower you to be character builders, friends, teachers, mentors, supporters, and purposeful in all that you do. It is a culture changer that says, "You have value in the lives of others!"